Alle Artikel mit dem Tag "German employment law"
Especially in retail, employees responsible for taking payments can come into contact with large sums of money. Employers therefore rely on being able to trust their employees. To protect employers, German employment law provides that employees who commit theft can be dismissed without notice. Weiterlesen →
A tribunal has ruled that under German employment law, an hourly wage of 3 euros should be considered exploitation. Supplementary payments made by the employment agency to help low paid employees should be reimbursed by the employers, the court decided. Weiterlesen →
A court in Germany has ruled that under German employment law, an employee who refuses to work out of protest at low pay can be dismissed without notice. Weiterlesen →
German employment law: In a recent case heard by an employment tribunal in Germany, the judges gave guidance on dismissal without notice in cases where employees are caught sleeping at work. Weiterlesen →
What is the difference between a contract of service and a contract for service? When is a person employed and when are they a contractor? This fundamental employment law question recently came before the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Germany. Weiterlesen →
Posting „inappropriate“ photos on Facebook can lead to employees being dismissed. But what are the rules on dismissal without notice in such cases? This question is currently going through the German courts. Weiterlesen →
An employment tribunal in Germany has ruled that under German employment law, the right to freedom of expression takes precedence over confidentiality clauses, if an employer has no legitimate business interest to protect. Weiterlesen →
Germany’s Federal Employment Appeals Tribunal has decided to strengthen disabled job seekers’ employment prospects. From now on, public authorities should invite all disabled job applicants who fulfil the qualification requirements for interview (24.01.13, Az. 8 AZR 188/12).